Annual Editions: Comparative Politics 04/05
McGraw-Hill Higher Education, May 1, 2004 - Political Science - 237 pages
This twenty-second edition of Annual Editions: Comparative Politics covers the current state of politics in Western Europe, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Japan; factors in the political process in modern pluralist democracies; politics of integration, transformation and disintegration in Europe; political diversity in Latin America, Africa, China, India and newly industrialized countries; and major trends, issues and prospects.
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Part A The United Kingdom
The Blair Moment Steven Philip Kramer The Wilson Quarterly
Blair Survives His Biggest Test as Prime Minister
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